Welcome to St. Joseph Regional Medical Center. You and your loved ones are important to us. On behalf of the entire St. Joseph team, thank you for the privilege of caring for you.


We are dedicated to providing excellent care in a safe, patient and family centered environment. We offer many services for both patients and visitors to help ensure your visit is as comfortable as possible. Below are links and helpful information:

admitting & scheduling

Upon entering the Medical Center, a nonemergency patient will be admitted to the hospital at patient registration, which is located near the north entrance on the first floor. To be admitted, both medical history and personal information about the patient will be confidentially recorded for the use of the medical staff only. Patients also must sign a document acknowledging informed consent regarding procedures for their care.


what to bring

Patients should bring appropriate insurance forms or identification cards at the time of admission. Patients also should bring a few toiletry and personal items. Newborn babies will also need clothing and a car seat for their trip home. The medical center will provide all other necessary articles for your care. We encourage you to only bring minimal personal belongings with you.

visiting hours and information

We recognize the important role family and loves ones play in the healing process and we encourage visitors to come when it is best for their loved one.
The hospital is open  24 hours a day, seven days a week.  For the safety of patients and employees, public entry, exterior doors (except the north lobby) at St. Joseph are locked from 8:30 p.m. to 6:00 a.m. During this time, all visitors must enter and exit the building through the north lobby emergency department entrance.
Visiting hours vary from unit to unit. Please speak with a floor nurse for department-specific visiting hours or call (208) 743-2511.


Parking is free at all our locations.  You are welcome to park in any of the designated lots. 

health & safety

Weapons-Free Campus
St. Joseph is a weapons free campus. No weapons of any kind are allowed in the Medical Center.

Hand Washing
Proper hand hygiene (washing) is the best way to reduce the spread of germs. Be sure to wash or sanitize your hands before and after visiting your loved one.

Stay Healthy
Please do not visit a loved one in the hospital if you have any flu symptoms, including a fever over 100 degrees, cough, sore throat, runny nose, rash or diarrhea, or if you have recently been exposed to someone with symptoms.


The Café At St. Joseph
The Cafe located on the 2nd floor of the Medical Center, serves a wide variety of meals and snacks and is open daily during the following times:

Hours of Operation:
Breakfast: 6:30 a.m. – 10:00 a.m.
Lunch: 11:00 a.m. – 1:30 p.m.
Dinner: 5:00 p.m. – 7:00 p.m.

Drinks and snacks are available all day long. Vending machines are located in various areas around the Medical Center.

Joe's Coffee Corner Espresso Bar
Joes Coffee Corner is located just inside the Café. Visitors can purchase a wide variety of espresso drinks, coffee & tea.

Hours of Operation:
Monday – Friday (Closed on Holidays) 6:45 a.m. – 2:45 p.m.

guest internet

Most patient rooms and areas within the hospital have access to wireless Internet (Wi-Fi), which allows access to the Internet.  Access is simple:

1.       Open your wireless connection
2.       Connect to “SJRMC-PUBLIC-WIFI”
3.       Read the St. Joseph Internet use policy and click “I agree” at the bottom of the screen

spiritual care/ chapel

The chapel is located on the second floor near the cafeteria and just past our chaplains' offices. Patients and families are welcome to visit at any time.
A bi-weekly prayer service is held on the second and fourth Thursday at 12:30 p.m. There is Eucharistic Liturgy every first Thursday of each month. Everyone is invited.
Outside the chapel is a "Prayer Board" with prayers for those in need. They're remembered in our prayers and ministry. We invite you to write your prayer request on a card. The hospital respects patient confidentiality. Please ask permission before you write the patient's name on a card.
Members of our pastoral care team provide spiritual and emotional support to patients and families regardless of religious affiliation. Our chaplains stop by for a visit and provide a compassionate, supportive, and caring pastoral presence as they listen attentively to a patient's or family member's concerns, fears and questions.

To learn more about our Pastoral Care and Chapel Services, click below:

pastoral care